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 •  College reopens on 18/07/2022(Monday) for II and III year students. | • Reopening date will be announced shortly for I year students

info@ncas.in +91 93840 80203

 •  College reopens on 18/07/2022(Monday) for II and III year students. | • Reopening date will be announced shortly for I year students

Scope Of The Course:

English Literature offers lots of potential career paths. English degree graduates are most wanted where strong communication and writing in English Skills are top priorities. The study of English Literature develops variety of skills in students. It introduces skills such as effective written and verbal communication, time management, organizational skills, team work, independent studies and research and developing persuasive arguments in students. With these marketable skills, graduates get placed in a wide variety of professional areas. The specialty of English degree is providing its pursuers excellent employment prospects in teaching, publishing, advertising, journalism, the law, social work, business, politics, public relations, human resources and academia. It also exposes the students to new possibilities that enable them try wide range tangle of career options.

Description:

A book must be the axe for the frozen sea within USA. “Franz Kafka”

The study of English is fundamental to the liberal arts and science education. To make this true, our department gained its start in the year 2005 and then onwards shows a deep growth towards its heights. Our PG programme was started in the year 2014. Extending its rich scholarly tradition, the department is committed to move with the time, constantly updating courses and teaching methods. The department also reaches out to all the students through Foundation Course in English and aims at enabling the students to become strong bilinguals, lifelong learners and efficient communicators.

About The Course:

Literature contributes to the growth of individuals with self-confidence and a firm sense of social responsibility. It equips students with critical, analytical, conceptual and communication skills which will enable them to work in many professions like teaching, journalism, publishing, translate on and editing.

Learning Outcome:

On successful completion of this program, graduates develop the following skills.
  • Students will become accomplished active readers.
  • They will be able to write effectively for a variety of professional and social settings.
  • Students will develop an appreciation of how the formal elements of language and genre shape meaning.
  • They will gain knowledge of the major traditions of literatures written in English, and an appreciation for the diversity of literary.
  • Students will develop the ability to read works of literary, rhetorical, and cultural criticism, and deploy ideas from these texts in their own reading and writing.
  • Students will demonstrate the skills needed to participate in a conversation that builds knowledge collaboratively.

PROGRAM OUTCOME:

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH – B.A. English

PO1: Realization Of Human Values.

PO2: Responsible And Dutiful Citizen.

PO3: Sense Of Social Service

PO4: Critical Temper

PO5: Creative Ability.

PO6: Developing the Poetic Devices and Their Usages

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH – M.A. English

PO1: Students Will Demonstrate An Appropriate Level Of Expertise In Literary History, Literary Theory, And Rhetoric.

PO2: Students Will Demonstrate High-Level Proficiency In Literary Research And In The Synthesis Of Research.

PO3: Students Will Demonstrate Critical And Analytical Skills In The Interpretation And Evaluation Of Literary Texts.

PO4: Students Will Demonstrate A Command Of Written Academic English, Including The Abilities To A) Organize And Present Material In A Cogent Fashion, B) Formulate And Defend Original Arguments, C) Employ Effectively The Language Of Their Discipline And D) Write Under Time Constraints.

PO5: Students Will Demonstrate Reading Knowledge Of At Least One Foreign Language.

PO6: The Program Also Offers Students Pathways To Prepare For Doctoral Work.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME:

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH – B.A. English

PSO 1: It enhances the knowledge of foundational texts of British and American Literature

PSO 2: To Understand the historical  and cultural range of literature written in English

PSO 3: To Gain Knowledge of foundational texts of British and American Literature.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH – M.A. English

PSO 1: Expert in literary history and literary theory

PSO 2: Students will possess high-level proficiency in literary research and in the synthesis of research

PSO 3: To understand the development of the English Language as used in works of literature.

Head of the Department: Ms.Hema.V M.A., M. Phil., B.Ed.,

S.No Name Designation Qualification Paper Handled Area of interest
1 Dr.Hema.V Head of the  Department M.A., M.phil., B.Ed.,Ph.D., Background to Study of English Literature, English for Careers, Writing on and by Women  Modern English Grammar, Linguistics Language.
2 Mr.Rajesh .D Assistant Professor M.A & AME Studies

British Literature, Indian Writing in

English, American Literature, Myth & Literature.

American Fiction, Content Writing,& Proofreading.
3 Mr.Arun Theoder Raj Assistant Professor M.A., M.Phil.,M.Sc.Coun & Psychology

Classics in Translation, Introduction to

Translational Studies, Communicative English-I

American Literature, Teaching & Entrepreneurship.
4 Mr.pandiyan .R Assistant Professor M.A., D.T.Ed., B.Ed.,M.Phil.,

Post-Colonial Literature,English Language &

Usage, Foundation English.

Literary Criticism, Grammar,& Counselling.
5 Mr.Hariharan.R Assistant Professor M.A., M.Phil., Foundation Course & Soft Skill. American Literature, Post-Colonial Lit.  and Post-Modernism.
6 Ms.Christina .M.G Assistant Professor M.A  Language &Linguistics, Journalism , Indian Literature, Phonetics, Postcolonial Literature  American Literature , Indian Literature, Phonetics , Language &Linguistics, Journalism.
7 Mr. Anderson. E Assistant Professor M.A., NET.,

English Literature for UGC – NET/SET Examination; Eighteenth to Nineteenth Century Poetry;

Nineteenth to Twentieth Century Fiction;

Communicative English.

Metaphysical Writings, Neo Classicism, Literary Theory and Literary Criticism.
8 Dr.Saravanan.A Assistant Professor M.A .,B.Ed.,Ph.D

Century Poetry;

Nineteenth to Twentieth Century Fiction;

Communicative English.

American Literature, Post-Colonial Lit.  and Post-Modernism.
9 Ms.Sivaranjani M Assistant Professor M.A., M.Phil.,NET., British literature, Language through Literature, Literary Appreciation, American Literature Children’s Literature, Drama& fiction 
10 Ms.Gayathri.M Assistant Professor M.A., M.Phil., Language through Literature, Postcolonial Literature. Indian Literature, Theater, Postcolonial Literature  
11 Ms.Mathivadhani.P Assistant Professor M.A., M.Phil.,B.Ed.,M.Ed., Indian Writing, Academic Writing.  Postcolonial Literature, British  Literature, Elizabeth poetry